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  • This page has been downloaded from www.macmillanyounglearners.com/macmillanenglish Macmillan Publishers Limited 2012

    Macmillan English 6 Unit 13 worksheet

    Teaching notes

    1

    6Skills and language practised

    Skill Language

    Activity 1 Language building abstract nouns

    Activity 2 Reading and vocabularymatch sentence halves containing abstract nouns

    Activity 3 Grammar modals + passive infi nitive

    Activity 4 Grammar modals + passive infi nitive

    Follow-up activityOrganise students into pairs. One student chooses a word from Activity 1 and puts it in a sentence. Their partner listens and checks accuracy and meaning. Then the second student chooses a different word and does the same. The activity continues until all of the words have been used.

    Answers

    1 Find ten more abstract nouns. Write the abstract nouns.

    Answers in any order:(starting horizontally)

    hunger [ mark]

    bravery [ mark]

    friendship [ mark]

    stupidity [ mark]

    anger [ mark]

    hope [ mark]

    fear [ mark]

    generosity [ mark]

    beauty [ mark]

    happiness [ mark]

    5 marks

    a h u n g e r o e h

    b r a v e r y f r a

    f r i e n d s h i p

    h f n t e t c b o p

    o e a j r o a e d i

    p a n r o p l a s n

    e r d o s y l u a e

    s t u p i d i t y s

    d s i t t b o y i s

    f o o t y a n g e r

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    62 Match the sentence halves.

    1 Cycling without a helmet or lights is stupidity itself.

    2 The girls beauty was obvious to all those who saw her.

    3 They held on to their hopes throughout the search.

    4 You could feel the fear as we descended into the dark forest.

    5 Happiness in life is what most people want.

    3 Write fi ve sentences. Use the words in the box. Example sentences:

    The garden should be watered. [1 mark]

    This apple must be eaten. [1 mark]

    That car could be stolen. [1 mark]

    The necklace ought to be worn. [1 mark]

    This box can be opened. [1 mark]

    For each sentence, give mark for meaning and mark for punctuation.

    4 Write sentences using the verbs in the box and a modal verb. 1 will be built [1 mark]

    2 might be stolen [1 mark]

    3 must be protected [1 mark]

    4 can be seen [1 mark]

    5 have to be given [1 mark]

    5 marks

    5 marks

    5 marks

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